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MEO Class 4

Safety:
  • Marpol annex
  • What is dead weight? What is displacement?
  • Freeboard and why is it given? Reason for different freeboard in tanker and bulk carrier.
  • MARPOL 73/78 all annexes in brief.
  • Annex 6 in detail. With certification. Difference between IAPP and EEDI.
  • Bilge keel and how it is welded, why?
  • Types of plate
  • Types of rudder
  • Sprouling hose
  • Co2 room regulations
  • Fixed fire fighting system
  • Co2 cylinder calculation
  • Cylinder classification
  • Bilge discharge criteria
  • Sewage discharge,criteria and about bod
  • Anchor chain bitter end purpose
  • Ism objectives
  • Bulwark
  • Isps level 3
  • Components of annex 6
  • Hypermist system and checks carried out
  • All Statutory certificates carried by ship.
  • Difference between type 1 2 3 tanker. 
  • Safeties in Life boat
  • Emergency generator regulations. All of them.
  • Explain oil discharge criteria
  • Solas chapter 12 explain
  • Mlc all tittles
  • Hypermist draw and explain
  • Statical stability
  • Draw and explain ship righting lever and trigonometry calculation with that
  • Container ship c/s
  • Ballast tank entry procedure
  • BWM
  • Portable co2 cyl head assembly
  • How co2 cyl is getting actuated in fixed co2 system during cargo hold fire
  • how to ensure 85% co2 released
  • Imdg code
  • Nox technical file
  • Stability booklet content and use
  • IG regulation
  • Wht is freeboard
  • Mid ship section of tanker
  • Safety's in life boat
  • MarpolAnnexures
  • Solas chapter 9
  • Co2 room inspection
  • Maintenance on Co2 extinguisher
  • Function of limit switch
  • Overhauling of cent. P/p
  • Type of boiler and explain auto combustion of boiler
  • Type of valve used in bilge suction
  • Valve timing diagram
  • Super long stroke criteria
  • How many Co2 bottles on ship
  • How much is Safety valve pressure set
  • Explain annex 6 & name of the certificate
Motor:
  • Butt clearance
  • TBN value of c/c oil for ME / AE
  • Tappet clearance
  • Safety valve at what pressure it is set?
  • Type of valve use in bilges
  • Principal of centrifugal p/p
  • Blow down of gauge glass.
  • Difference 2S and 4S
  • Scavenge pressure. Reason for low scavenge pressure
  • LO pressure in engine. Type of Lubrication for main bearing.
  • LO pressure in crosshead bearing.
  • Crankcase inspection. Clearances taken. How to take clearance of bottom end bearing.
  • Overhauling of piston. Clearance taken in piston. How? Test carried out on piston.
  • NDT(Non destructive testing) used on-board
  • Propeller drop. Reason and how to measure. How to ascertain the amount of drop.
  • Types of pumps on your ship.
  • Difference between centrifugal pump and positive displacement pump. Full working.
  • NPSH significance.
  • Overhauling of centrifugal pump. Wear ring significance.
  • Boiler safeties.
  • Boiler control system. Working of flame eye and how flame failure takes place.
  • Boiler water treatment. Reason and remedy for high chloride content.
  • Boiler air fuel ratio and trip. Significance.
  • Safety valve pressure setting.
MEP:
  • How to check timing of 4 Stroke engine
  • Centrifugal pump drawing and overhauling
  • Purifier overhaul
  • Difference between centrifugal & gear p/p
  • Use of thrust pads
  • Freshwater generator maintenance.. explain each
  • Connecting rod checks during decarb
  • Compressor valve assembly overhauling and checks
  • Which type of v/v is fitted in Engine room bilges? Overhaul & Parts of SDNR? Speciality of SDNR?
  • Centrifugal pump checks and clearances after dismantling? Wear ring use? How Clearance is measured? Where does Scoring marks appear on shaft? How to check trueness of shaft?
  • G/E exhaust temp is rising in all units, what is the reason?
  • M/E not starting in air? Probable causes?
  • Piston ring clearances? Purpose of butt clearance? How it is measured?
  • Safeties of air compressor? Unloaded use? Where it is fitted? How does it reduce torque?
  • What type of boiler? Low water level alarm, what is ur action?
  • Boiler gauge glass blow through?
  • How DPT is carried out?
  • Bilge keel? Purpose? What’s its length?
  • Piston ring clearances and cross question

Electrical:
  • Types of starters & motors
  • Paralleling of G/E
  • Difference between fuse n overload relay
  • Types of battery. Details of battery used on your ship (working and construction). How is charging done.
  • Paralleling of generator requirement. Synchronize working. 3 lamp method working.
  • Types of starters and their use. Reason and application.
  • Emergency generator power supply.
  • Megger working. How to megger test motor.
  • Current transformer working and application.
  • Method of paralleling generator in case of syncroscope failure
  • E/R cane safeties
  • Battery room safeties
  • What all r the problems facing in dc motors
  • Alternator overhauling procedure and how Generator is earthed
  • Avr
  • steering motor safeties
  • Emf equation of alternator
  • Brushless alternator
  • How generator is earthed and earth fault indicator
  • Types of fuses and also about hrc fuse
  • Shaft earthing device
  • Difference between lead acid and alkaline battery
  • Msb safeties
  • Single phasing

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